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The Scotsman - 70 Years of Scottish Life Picture Series (picture not the exact one)

IN OUR TIME ... 70 Years of Scottish Life

This weekend, The Scotsman launches an unmissable collection of seven free picture supplements depicting 70 years of Scottish life, starting tomorrow, Saturday 15 January.

See how we lived: The post war years and austerity of the 40's and 50's; The music and fashion of the swinging 60s and 70s; The excesses of living in the 80s and 90s; The Millennium bringing us right up to the changeable times of the present day. Full of nostalgia and memories, each supplement contains an introduction to each decade and pages of photographs covering news, sport and celebrity .... Scotland's iconic moments brought to life in pictures, including:

40's - The Clydebank Blitz / Glasgow trams stuck in a blizzard / Crofters in Ross-shire

50's - Fine dining on the Gourock-Dunoon ferry / Frank Sinatra at the Carnoustie Open

60's - The Beatles touch down in Edinburgh / Opening of the Forth Road Bridge

Collect all seven FREE supplements starting with part one in The Scotsman tomorrow, covering the 1940s, continuing in Scotland on Sunday with the 1950s and The Scotsman on Monday with the 1960s.

The supplement series continues every day next week until Friday. Scotland Only.

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